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e hiding-place of the stores, and to destroy them when found. On the thirty-first December, 1864, the patrol returned, and the officer in charge reported as follows: After leaving the brigade he proceeded in the direction of Decatur, following the Tuscambia road. About the distance of six miles, a hundred yards from that road, in the vicinity of a Farm known as Kimball's place, stood the house said to contain arms and ammunition. The officer found there about one hundred and ten Springfield and Enfield rifles, in good condition; from fifteen to twenty thousand carbine cartridges, English manufacture, India-rubber cases; one hundred to one hundred and twenty rounds of heavy ordnance ammunition; also a great quantity of wrought iron horseshoes, &c.; several hundred sets of artillery harness, evidently condemned; a large bundle of telegraph wire, glass insulators, &c., the whole of which was destroyed, and the building set on fire. Some more ammunition or powder must have be
Rolla or vicinity, north, toward Jefferson City: a third by Cassville, north, either through Springfield and Sedalia, or by the Kansas border, to the Missouri river. Strong military reasons favoredastern Missouri. Under these circumstances my first object was to secure our great depots at Springfield and Rolla, the hay cut during the summer, and our train of government wagons, required to maie, save the scanty agriculture of the country from devastation, it was necessary to hold both Springfield and Rolla. Indeed, to have abandoned these points would have been not only to abandon the loe trains and public property of their districts under the protection of the fortifications of Springfield and Rolla, to put their forts in the best possible state of defence, using every foot and disroops in pursuit, so long as there was any prospect of damaging the enemy, and then return to Springfield and Rolla. On the receipt of the news of the enemy's rout, General Smith, whose command wa
Gun, bronze, U. S. Lt. 12-Pdr. gun, iron, C. S. Lt. 12-Pdr. gun, bronze, C. S. 3 1/2-inch rifled gun, C. S. 3-inch Ordnance gun, U. S. 3-inch C.-iron gun, R., C. S. 3-inch R. Bronze gun, C. S. 10-Pdr. Parrott, O. M., U. S. 6-Pdr., bronze, U. S. 12-Pdr. O. Mtn. Howitzer, U. S. 12-Pdr. Fd. howitzer, U. S. 3-inch Ord. And 12-Pdr. Lt. U. S. total artillery. artillery carriages and limbers. caissons. artillery harness, lead and wheel sets for two horses. anvils. Enfield rifled muskets. Springfield rifled muskets. guns, Assorted. carbines, Assorted. Austrian rifles. cartridge boxes. total small arms. Washington Arsenal October 192       12         1 1   16                       Washington Arsenal October 25                   1     1                       Washington Arsenal October 29 4 8 7 1 2 2             24                       Washington Arsenal November 7               10         10